“It is art that makes life, makes interest, makes importance.”
I call my studio Sarah-’N-Dipity because, first of all, it is obviously a word play
on my name, but most importantly, it reflects the way in which I paint. Even when
I have a preconceived plan as to what I want to paint, serendipity often takes over.
Painting becomes an intuitive process for me, as there is no way that I could conger
the resulting outcome. It just happens. As the art critic Ruskin said, it becomes
“the expression of one soul talking to another.”